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VIDEO: A look at KU football's indoor practice from Thursday
For the 2019 Spring, KU will have a total of 15 practices and that work will come to a head at the spring game, which is slated to take place on Saturday, April 13 at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. The spring game will take place at night this year, and it has been rebranded as: Late Night Under the Lights.

Bruce Pearl impressed by Dedric Lawson after meeting in NCAAs
In a year that saw Lawson average better than 19 points and 10 rebounds per game — while shooting close to 50 percent from the field and 40 percent from 3 — the big man closed out his season with five 20-plus-point performances in his last eight games.

Recent KU football standouts weigh in on program's future, under Les Miles | KUsports.com
“Everybody’s super-busy at the time,” Wise recalled earlier this week, explaining how he only met the man saddled with turning around the long-struggling program briefly when Miles was first settling in at KU’s Anderson Family Football Complex and Wise was on his way back to Texas to start preparatory work for the NFL Draft.

KU baseball ends losing skid with win over Missouri State | KUsports.com
KU (14-10) snapped a seven-game skid with the victory in its midweek matchup. The Jayhawks jumped out to an early lead with three runs in the first inning before scoring four more in the fifth. Missouri State scored three of its five runs in the final frame, though Kansas held off the rally.

Other Sports News

Va. Tech's Outlaw to play after passing drug test
Virginia Tech intends to play senior guard Ty Outlaw, who has been charged with marijuana possession, against Duke in the NCAA tournament on Friday.

Sources: Huskers in talks to tab Hoiberg as coach
Nebraska first gauged Hoiberg's interest in the position in February, according to sources, and the two sides have been discussing the job for most of the week. Hoiberg is currently on vacation, but is expected to return for Michigan State's NCAA tournament game Friday, to watch his son Jack, a freshman for the Spartans.

Virginia takes another step toward elusive Final Four
Purdue blew an 18-point lead to Tennessee in the second half, but Carsen Edwards hit two free throws with 1.7 seconds left to send the game to overtime. The Boilermakers pulled away for a 99-94 win in the extra session.

Spurs retire Ginobili jersey in emotional ceremony
"I'm telling you, I'm one of the lucky ones," Ginobili said during a speech delivered partially in English and partially in Spanish. "I've been dealt amazing cards. I just had to play them OK. That was all I had to do."

Giannis' ankle issue again enters picture for Bucks
With just under eight minutes left in the Milwaukee Bucks' 128-118 win over the LA Clippers on Thursday, Antetokounmpo threw down a dunk that gave his team a 108-91 lead. As he retreated, Antetokounmpo collided with Garrett Temple and fell down clutching his right ankle.

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Missoula couple accused of 'horrendous' child abuse | Crime & Courts | missoulian.com
Along with the duct tape on the floor to maintain the line of sight by the surveillance cameras found in both children's rooms, the girl reported the Coblers would duct-tape her to the bed at night, and sometimes put duct tape over her mouth as a form of punishment. Other forms of punishment included throwing her to the ground; if she vomited, the Coblers would rub her face in it and then force her to consume the vomit, the girl told authorities. Her brother told authorities he saw this punishment happen, according to the court documents.

Buddhist Inmate Execution Blocked; Justices Say Religious Rights Were Violated : NPR
The Supreme Court on Thursday blocked the execution of a Buddhist inmate on death row because prison officials wouldn't let his spiritual adviser be in the execution chamber, even though they provide chaplains for inmates of some other faiths.

Authorities recover body of dead tourist who fell into Grand Canyon while taking photos | Fox News
The body of a tourist from Hong Kong who died after falling over the edge of the Grand Canyon while taking photos was recovered Thursday.

‘He’s not a Roman emperor’: pope’s reluctance to have ring kissed defended | World news | The Guardian
Footage of Pope Francis pulling his hand away from being kissed by a long line of people has gone viral, with conservative critics condemning what they said was Francis’s “graceless disrespect for the tradition”.